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Re: recommended loglevel setting (2.0.11)?

What I'd like to see is more of a production "audit" logging functionality separate from the debugging. I would like a few lines in the log indicating connecting IP and user (SASL) information, and the queries that are passed to the server.

Debug level 260 gets me that information, but is way too verbose. I'm using level 256 right now which is less verbose but I don't see the SASL identity details.

Is this currently available and I just don't know about it?


On Tuesday, July 17, 2001, at 03:44 PM, Peter W wrote:


I'm trying to figure out a good setting for loglevel for OpenLDAP 2.0.11 for
production use. Ideally I'd only like to see errors and unusual events, like
slapd starting and stopping. But none of the 2^0 - 2^11 (1 - 2048)
additive choices listed in the slapd.conf man page suggest what I want. And
loglevel of 0, of course, doesn't seem to log anything. :-(

Is there a loglevel that records only stops/starts/exceptional errors?